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A detailed analysis of the allegations of sexual assault against Bill Cosby.
The illustrated, annotated transcript (my text only) can be found on my main website at this link
. This includes an update note dated July 29, 2015 after the revelations about the admissions made by Cosby in his 2005 civil deposition.
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Alexander Baron (and clips as used).
Robert B. Livingston
July 27, 2015
A most interesting perspective
In some ways this is a tedious amateur documentary, but it is worth watching because of the author's unsettling and often brilliant perspective.
Is the picture of Bill Cosby as a serial rapist to be believed?
I was thinking so until I saw this film.
I can't say I agreed with everything that the author of this film says, especially his ideas about low infant mortality being the cause of many modern problems-- but I now suspect that there is a witch hunt of sorts going on against Cosby.
The author of the film concludes it is yet possible that Cosby could be guilty of rape, but he challenges us to think more carefully and deeply about society's rush to judgement against Cosby.